James Forsyth James Forsyth

Truss should be wary of this PMQs pitfall

It isn’t the leader of the opposition that should worry her

(Jessica Taylor/UK Parliament)

Whenever a PMQs is meant to be a crunch moment, it rarely turns out to be. Having sat through pretty much everyone since David Cameron versus Gordon Brown, my experience is that a prime minister under pressure turns up with a series of well-prepared, defensive lines that they fall back on in answer to every question.

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